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What is Magnesium?

Magnesium to the body is like a cherry on an ice cream sundae; what a difference it makes! Magnesium is a mineral (the 4th most abundant mineral in our body) that is responsible for a wide range of functions. Magnesium plays a role in the way your nerves send and receive signals, helps with blood pressure and blood sugar levels, and aids in making protein, bone + DNA. The benefits of having a proper level of Magnesium in your body is endless. Just to name a few- decreased symptoms of PMS, reduced migraine symptoms, helps ailments like depression, anxiety, muscle cramps, constipation, kidney stones, insomnia, & asthma. Magnesium is something we believe in and believe you should too!

Benefits of Magnesium during Fertility:

Magnesium plays a big role in fertility. Magnesium can relax the fallopian tubes to promote implantation. A deficiency of Magnesium can result in spasms of the fallopian tubes preventing implantation in your uterus. It also helps balance progesterone and estrogen. Magnesium also aids in fighting inflammation, which is important since inflammation in your body directly affects your egg quality and implantation. Magnesium additionally helps maintain a good blood supply to the womb. An estimated 2/3’s of women fail to consume the recommended about of Magnesium! Don’t let this be you, especially if you are trying to conceive now or in the future. Magnesium deficiency has been linked to infertility and further complications during pregnancy. 

Magnesium can also help regulate your menstrual cycle. Having a regulated cycle will make it easier to determine when ovulation is going to occur, which calls for a scheduled date night, wink wink.

Products with Magnesium for Women

Our Total Magnesium includes all the essentials. We have included Aquamin, which is a highly bioavailable source of Magnesium, to ensure the best quality. 

If gummies are more your thing rather than pills, there is also the option of Magnesium Gummies. They come in a raspberry flavor and are gluten, soy, wheat, and dairy-free. 

Our Total Magnesium Body Spray is formulated with 100% Dead Sea Salt and purified water. It is made with no parabens, artificial ingredients & petroleum. 

At Pink Stork we offer a wide variety of Magnesium because it really is that important. We want to see women strive in life and live it to the fullest, with our Magnesium supplements as your cherry on top of life!

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